This recipe for dinner rolls is so quick and easy, that you will never go for a store-bought ones again. And the best thing about them – they are done in 30 minutes. They are so soft and fluffy, and taste amazing. Sometimes, when I have time, I make them for breakfast and they are great while still warm and you spread them with butter. Y-U-M! Read more
Today I decided to share with you one of my favorite autumn breakfast – butternut squash curry omelette. Maybe it sounds a little bit unusual, but this is not something that you would be eating every day. And since it is October, the month of squashes and pumpkins, I think it is a great time to try something new for a change. Am I right? Read more
In this post I am going to share with you not one, but two very simple and delicious salad recipes that everyone will love and enjoy, and since it is Autumn and we have a great variety of different veggies in season, I have decided to put in use a few of them, mostly Kale – the king of all vegetables. If you are interested in what you have just read, then keep on reading, because trust me, when you make one of these salads, you will keep on making it over and over again. Yes, that is how good they are! 🙂 Read more
This is one of those recipes which doesn’t include meat, but you will have that satisfied feeling just as if you were eating steak or burger. Well, at least that is the feeling that my husband gets every time he eats quinoa patties, and he is that kind of person who doesn’t believe in meatless dinners. He even takes them as lunch the next day, IF we have leftovers. You should really give this recipe a try. Read more
Have you ever tried pear juice? And did you like it?
Pear juice is one of my favorites, but the problem is that it is almost impossible to find in the supermarkets, unless it is mixed with some other fruits, as a small component. So the chances are, if you are going to drink the pear juice then you are going to make it by yourself. Which, by the way, it is not that difficult as it may sound. Read more
Stale bread is a wonderful thing!
No one likes eating pieces of stale bread and that is the reason why it almost every time ends up in a trash. But when you take a moment and think about it, some of the best and most delicious recipes in the world are designed to utilize stale bread. For example, we all use breadcrumbs to make deep-fried food more textured and crunchy, and not to mention croutons that we are adding to soups and salads, again to make them more delicious and give them a little bit of crunch. That is the reason why I decided to share this simple recipe for homemade croutons, and show you that you don’t need to trow away that wonderful stale bread (like most of us are doing day after day). Not only that you will reduce waste, but you will also save money because you will stop buying packaged croutons. Read more
Can you imagine one of these situations?
One – You sat down for breakfast with you lovely family on a Saturday morning, and all you can smell is the freshly baked loaf of bread. All of you just can’t wait to tear it apart and eat it with butter and a cup of herbal tea, while the crust is still crunchy and warm.
Two – You are coming back home from work, feeling hungry, and all you can think about the bread that you have baked, by yourself, the night before, and the perfect thing is that you can make the most beautiful sandwiches, so you won’t spend much time preparing the dinner for yourself.
If you have been or would like to be in any of these, or similar situations, this is the right recipe for you. Read more